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8th > March > 2011 Archive

Feeling heat from Macs, Microsoft sells PCs sans crapware

Putting Signature on speed

Microsoft 'paid Nokia $1bn' for WinPho 7 deal

It's an ad, ad, ad, ad world

Feds charge 10 with running Nigerian 419 scam

$1.5m in losses

MS smartphone share falls despite WinPho 7

Android takes top spot from RIM

Launcher Pro

Android App of the WeekSharper eye for UI

BBC accused of coming out for porn opt-in?

UpdatedJacqui Smith smut-show sparks censorship row

Betfair backs Gibraltar

Keeping UK HQ though

Google buys UK price comparison site

BeatThatQuote.com snapped up for £37.7m. Simples

Discovery poised for final homecoming

Distinguished career ends tomorrow

Cure for BALDNESS causes IMPOTENCE, says new study

Better to be shiny than floppy, warns doc

Spooks want backdoor into your network

Mission creep mucho?

Hackers find Google's music cloud

Google Music Sync is go

Adobe releases Wallaby to jump Jobsian Flash ban

Macropod to leap electric Apple fence

Xbox 360, PS3 prices to fall this summer

Gaming will get cheaper, says analyst

Dixons Advent Vega

ReviewGeek's delight, consumer's fright

Security agency calls time on botnet FUD

Cyber-zombie apocalypse now

Apple, RIM profit from Euro smartphone shift

But Sony Ericsson, HTC experience explosive growth

Ofcom network census starts next month

Expect good connectivity until May

UK.gov to miss another deadline on privacy

Incoming cookie rules won't be enforced

BlackBerry OS 7 makes software roadmap debut

Leak shows late-2011 Twitterification

Museum readies touch-tastic retro comms gear hands-on

NSFWishTeletypes to tin cans

BBC to take cautious approach to 3D 'hype'

Tests but no shows before mid-2012

IPv6 intro creates spam-filtering nightmare

Blacklist extinction looms

How languages can live together without killing each other

Why Castilian didn't smother Galician

Neighbourhood watchers in Reading get speedguns

Big society goes Big Brother – with speed-monitoring neighbours

Coraid accesses storage with Arista

Arista accelerating AoE access

Getting secure external access to AoE disk volumes

CommentUsing MPLS to add routability to Coraid's AoE

Rackspace does the Red Hat thing with 'Linux for the clouds'

Cloud ConnectOpenStack handholding

Nintendo 3DS bothers Brits about blinkers

Eye strain fears to hinder sales?

Sprint eyes T-Mobile acquisition

American wireless still in upheaval

Dell juices PowerEdge-C servers with OpenStack

Crafts installer fluffs clouds fast

'Wrong amount of snow' caused Heathrow chaos

BAA chief apologises for miscalculation

Sony to sell PSN content over the counter

No bankcard required

Google demotes BeatThatQuote one day after buying it

Pushed out of top search spot for 30 days

Death of the signing bonus: Open source recruitment works

Open...and ShutThe referral's in the code

Nimbula instamatic cloud kit set for launch

Cloud Connect'Private' Amazon mimic free on 40 cores

Steve Jobs bends iPad price reality

Ordure on order

Bad Belgian busted by kinky iTunes openness

Now whistling a less happy tune

French gov infiltrated by data-hungry spear phishers

Private data monitored by weeks

VMware unveils vSphere cloud management plan

vCenter Operations trio named

Adobe unfurls Flash 10.3 beta

'Declouded' preferences and more

Microsoft: 'No one cares about Google's dev cloud'

Cloud ConnectRedmond makes like Redmond

Chrome 10: Google whips out its Crankshaft

Son of HotSpot boasts '66% faster' JavaScript

New service pitches IP bonding to channels

Time to share the load

AMD claims 'fastest graphics card in the world'

Two Cayman GPUs, no waiting

Anonymous probed for hack threat against WikiLeaker captors

'Operation Bradical' to avenge Manning treatment

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